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con·trol·ler

 (kən-trō′lər)
n.
1. One that controls: a controller, not an observer of events.
3. A mechanism or device that controls something, as in a vehicle or video game.

con·trol′ler·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.controllership - the position of controller
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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The general goal is to identify and analyze the impacts of ERP systems on Controllership functions, aiming at the existence of relations between the use of the solution and the possible improvements in such functions.
Harman will be responsible for all aspects of the company's finance function, including controllership, financial planning and analysis, tax, treasury, internal controls, mergers and acquisitions, information systems and investor relations.
on; Sophie Holmes, GKN Greg Young, Shaw Group; Harvey Smith, Deloitte; Andrea O'Brien, Robert Half International Jackie Goulding, UYT; Liz Brown, SEWS Ciaran Weeks, Deloitte; Thomas Schilling, Mark Smith, both GL Industrial Services Jacky Perkins, Filtrona Plc; Joanne Haslehurst, Peter Gooch, both Deloitte; Julie Foster, Doncasters Ltd; Jane Segar, AT&T Controllership
Kirby is an incredibly bright and savvy executive with a tremendous background in investments, and Doug is a hard-working, insightful and perceptive person who will manage DMC's controllership responsibilities very well.
While some of these companies limit their SS to Controllership, Financial, Legal and Human Resources areas, as commented by Reilly and Williams (2003), others have been adding Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Marketing, Purchasing, Communication, Public Relations, Customer Services, Information Technology, Research and Development, Fixed Assets, Cash Flow Management, Invoicing, Logistics and Budgeting areas, among others.
Controllership, the work of the managerial accountant, 8th ed.
I've just started my third placement as cash accountant in the UK controllership team.
The company is proposing to make 62 employees redundant from its Shared Service Centre at Stockton, primarily from its controllership department and North-east regional operations," a spokesperson confirmed.
In his new position, he will have responsibility for all controllership, treasury, tax, investor relations, internal audit, information technology and risk management functions.
FEI: Two studies published: "Controllership: Its Functions and Techniques" and "100 Questions and Problems on Controllership.
Douglas said: ``Taking over the controllership is a huge responsibility but immensely exciting with the bonus of having the chance to develop BBC 6 Music.
Prior to her joining Volvo, she was in financial controllership positions at Digital Equipment of Canada, Ltd.

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